You can grow Aglaonema just about anywhere in your home — it tolerates low light well, but also grows well in bright spots. It doesn’t even need natural light to thrive —Aglaonemas does just fine in offices with fluorescent lighting. The plant is equally low-care when it comes to water; you can water regularly, keeping the soil evenly moist, or water once every few weeks and Aglaonemas will do equally well. It doesn’t require fertilizer, but will grow best if fertilized once or twice a year in spring or summer (or every six months) with a general-purpose houseplant fertilizer.
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